Bankruptcy Rule 2004 Examination

Under Federal Bankruptcy Rule 2004, upon motion, the court may order that any interested party to the bankruptcy case can examine a debtor as to his, her or its acts, conduct, property or liabilities, the financial condition of the debtor, the debtor’s bankruptcy estate, or the ability

In contrast to the meeting of creditors (341 Hearing), this is a way for a creditor to delve much deeper into the debtor’s overall financial situation.  The debtor may also be required to produce documents to the requesting party in conjunction with the 2004 Examination.

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